Heralded as one of the most innovative bands to have emerged during the height of '60s rock, this brazen trio have never
shied away from sonic experimentation, crossing genre boundaries to bring a fresh new sound to audiences. Their part-classical,
part-traditional rock sound has been embraced and imitated by bands emerging in the years since their formation.
The group's magnificent sound and penchant for spontaneity are best appreciated live. Browse tour dates and purchase Moody
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This Birmingham-birthed group appeared together for the first time in 1964. Starting off as the resident band at the local
Carlton Ballroom, they had already landed their first record deal and released their debut single, 'Steal Your Heart Away',
before their first year together was over. However, it was their second single, 'Go Now', that really launched their career
after it was included in one of the first purpose-made promotional films of the pop era. The certifiable hit peaked at Number
One in the UK and 10 on the Billboard chart, solidifying their Transatlantic success.
Their iconic sound fully came into its own when the group was persuaded to record a rock version of the New World Symphony
to wipe out their outstanding debt to Decca Records. Unable to finish the project, they persuaded their producer to use the
band's original material instead, giving birth to their first attempt at Mellotron-fuelled classical rock fusion. The result,
Days of Future Passed, became a landmark album that gained Gold certification and performed well on both the UK and
US album charts.
Now members of the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, this Brummie band are continuing to embark on rigorous tours and promote their
delicate balance between classic and contemporary sounds. Find Moody Blues tickets on StubHub UK, where your purchases are
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